High School Girls Cheer, Dance As They Welcome New Teacher: "So Nice"

High School Girls Cheer, Dance As They Welcome New Teacher: "So Nice"

  • Cardinal Otunga Girls' High School erupted with jubilation and joy after the unveiling of a new teacher
  • The students could not maintain their joy as a male teacher, who was escorted by two female teachers holding his hands, was presented to them
  • Some social media users identified the new teacher with many heaping praises on him, recalling fond memories

It is a moment of celebration and joy as a high school delightfully welcomes a new staff member.

Celebration as new teacher is unveiled at Cardinal Otunga Girls' High School, Bungoma county.
Male teacher unveiled at Cardinal Otinga Girls' High School, Bungoma (l). Students celebrate as the new teacher is presented (r). Photo: wikiotai.
Source: UGC

Cardinal Otunga Girls' High School in Bungoma county was overjoyed after receiving another teacher.

The school welcomed the male teacher, as staff members and students participated.

"So nice," read the caption of the viral and heartwarming video that captured the lovely moment.

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The new teacher was sandwiched between two female staff members, who gently held his hands as they walked with him.

They all smiled as they walked past a group of students screaming and shouting at the top of their lungs.

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The students could not help but celebrate. Some lifted their hands, while others clapped, supporting the new staff member.

Upon approaching the principal, he was given a firm, warm handshake as other staff members circled them.

Nigeria's hit song Calm Down by Rema played in the background, and some students danced to the tune.

The handshake lasted a while as the camera panned around to capture the joy-filled atmosphere.

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The comment section exploded with mixed reactions and opinions from several social media users, some of who recognised the teacher and other staff members.

Balpho:

"Teaching is equally parenting..those students are your daughters and sons until you see them succeed. May Allah bless all teachers."

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Yeko:

"Mr Wangili, my best teacher in high school."

timoscar187:

"Mr Simiyu was my Kiswahili and History teacher at Bungoma Town High School from 2000 to 2002.."

phylisnyongesa6:

"Mr Wangila isn't growing old anytime soon. He was my deputy headteacher at St. Mary's Kibabii Girls Primary School and my class teacher 4B 2013."

Passynafula:

"I see Mr Ignatius, my headteacher at Kibabii Girls Primary, those days ."

High School students welcome Gyakie with energy

Earlier, YEn.com.gh reported that Gyakie had visited her kid sister at St Roses Senior High School, and the students were excited to see her.

In the footage, Gyakie could be seen with her little sister hugging her while the little girl's colleagues swarmed around the singer, screaming her name.

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